Friday, May 18 | Cause Connected, Human Services

#MHM2018: Mental Illness Warning Signs

By Netsmart

It can be tricky to tell the difference between someone’s typical behavior or behavior caused by a mental illness. Not everyone is qualified to determine the presence of a mental illness, but if a loved one is exhibiting unusual or different behaviors, it could be a signal that they need help.

While mental illnesses vary and not everyone experiences the same symptoms, it’s important to be aware of common signs. Check out the infographic below to become aware of some of the more common indicators and symptoms of mental illness.

 

 

 

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